Born in 1902 in Banff, Alberta, Clifford White was the oldest of four children born to the town's principal merchant. Cliff's love of skiing emerged in his teenage years learning to ski on barrel staves obtained from his father's store. As an ardent ski mountaineer, he would become the first to explore the Canadian Rockies in winter. It was his vision and enthusiasm that encouraged the development of Skoki, Temple (later Lake Louise), Norquay and Sunshine as internationally known ski areas... ['CLICK' BELOW TO READ FULL BIOGRAPHY]
Active Period: 1926 - 1948
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